Despite this being the Tar Heels' first season under head coach Chris Miltenberg, they excelled. Nearly every meet saw someone, often many people, set new personal or school records.
Whether it's facing competition for a starting spot, securing a role close to home or seeking opportunities with new teams, catch up on what these four former Tar Heels are up to during the NFL offseason.
Sophomore Emily Grund and first-year Fabian Stepinski were able to qualify for the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships at the event.
Katie Hoeg registered six assists and eight points, both career highs, in the North Carolina women's lacrosse team's 19-7 domination of Louisville.
This past week, the North Carolina men’s swimming and diving team (Dual meet record: 3-4, 1-2 ACC) competed in the ACC Championship at the Greensboro Aquatic Center. Strong swims throughout the tournament — coupled with a good performance from the divers the week prior — saw the Tar Heels finish in seventh place, three better than last year.
The No. 8 North Carolina wrestling team capped off a difficult schedule in the month of February with a 22-9 loss to No. 5 Arizona State, but the defeat hasn't stopped the squad from setting its sights on a conference title.
After one of the best spring starts in a decade, the No. 5 North Carolina men’s tennis team (10-1) competed in the ITA National Team Indoor Championship in Madison, Wisconsin over the weekend. Despite an impressive streak of wins, the Tar Heels fell just short of the title, losing to No. 1 Southern California (9-1) in the finals.
Despite being a young team, the upperclassmen on the UNC baseball team gave the Tar Heels exactly what they needed in the season-opening series.
Pitcher Joey Lancellotti's walk-off homer in the bottom of the ninth inning propelled the Tar Heels to the win after centerfielder Dylan Harris tied the game with a solo shot in the eighth.
In their first game of the 2020 season, the Tar Heels defeated Middle Tennessee 15-3 behind strong performances from several first-years and new faces.